Grande Vegas Casino Starts $3,100 Freeroll Slots TournamentPublished October 5, 2014 by Vlad G
Take part in the Count Spectacular freeroll tournament throughout October and win a share of the prize pool!
Grande Vegas Casino has just announced the start of a new slots tournament based around the popular game Count Spectacular. The action began with the month and will last until October 31, at which time the top players from the tournament will be awarded a share of the $3,100 prize pool.
The month-long tournament is meant to celebrate Halloween so the vampire theme with a famous main character should fit the bill just right. In order to take place in the action, players simply need to buy-in from their accounts. Each contender will receive 3,100 credits to start without any cost and additional credits can be added at the price of $3.10 for 3,100 units. The players with the highest scores at the end of the tournament will claim the prizes based on their ranking. Both the regular online version and the mobile version of the game will count for the tournament.
About Count Spectacular
Count Spectacular was the choice for the October tournament for several reasons, one of which is the fact that its spooky theme and vampire elements make it a good match for the Halloween season. Another reason is that the video slot is very popular and also comes with various features which will help players easily earn points.
It has five reels and 25 paylines filled with symbols like a coffin, garlic, bats, dogs, mirrors and more. The main character, Count Spectacular himself, acts as an expanding wild which will take up an entire reel for better combinations. He can also activate the bonus round if he stops in the right location.
About Grande Vegas Casino
The famous online casino styled after Las Vegas but with a modern flair on the internet is home to hundreds of casino games from Real Time Gaming and often promotes them through special offers, like this exciting new tournament. It is owned by Jackpot Capital Group Casinos and licensed in Curacao.